Re: Longevity

Gina Miller (echoz@hotmail.com)
Tue, 23 Mar 1999 00:12:11 PST

How would one measure productivity? It's difficult to measure something like that. If the question regarded, do they live longer if they are open to life extention, that could be measured. Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
http://www.nanoindustries.com
echoz@hotmail.com

>From: "David A. Kekich" <kekich@cablecomm-pa.com>
>Reply-To: extropians@extropy.com
>To: "extropians@extropy.com" <extropians@extropy.com>
>Subject: Longevity
>Date: Mon, 22 Mar 1999 10:05:28 -0400
>
> Does anyone know of a study on the psychographics and demographics
>of people who are open to the concept of an open-ended life span?
>
> How about those with a strong interest in life extension (just
>adding some more quality years)?
>
> Is there a proven correlation between productivity/achievement and
>an interest in longevity?
>
>Never say die,
>
>Dave
>
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